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Over-the-Counter Antibiotics Are Going Away: 5 Tips to Prepare Your Farm

On June 11, 2023, over-the-counter antibiotics will no longer be available through traditional retail channels. Instead, these antibiotics will now require a prescription from a licensed veterinarian.

Sustainability is not Going Away. What are You Going to do With It?

Check out the "Easy Button" offered by the USRSB for starters. It's a quick self-assessment tool, with options for cow/calf and feedyard operations. You're probably already using some of the recommended practices.

Guidelines for when Livestock Owners need to Call Their Veterinarian

Many cattle owners wonder how to determine if and when an animal needs veterinary attention. These are some guidelines you might want to consider passing along to your clients for consideration.

Idaho C-Section

This is an excerpt from Dr. Linda Rhodes' memoir. She is in the process of gathering oral histories from other women who were also pioneers in large animal medicine. Read on for more information.

Responses Divided on Rural Veterinary Shortage Poll

Is there a shortage of rural veterinary care? It all depends on where you live.

<p>The AVMA estimates the average debt load for veterinary school is about $143,757.82.&nbsp;</p>
What’s $143,757.82 in vet school debt got to do with it?

Many bovine veterinarians say they wouldn’t recommend a job as a large animal veterinarian.

Survey Yields Cow/-Calf Veterinarian and Producer Perspectives

KG MarketSense – the U.S. subsidiary of the Kleffmann Group, a global agricultural marketing research firm – surveyed cow/calf producers and veterinarians earlier this year to learn their perspectives on var

PR Crisis: Prepare and respond

You've spent countless hours on a client's farm. You've helped train the crews and developed health and welfare protocols. You know the owner and management team well and have seen first-hand their com

Find hidden value on the farm: Five tips for consultants

Nutritionists' capability to find farm efficiency values can be key to client success maintenance in a year of low prices.